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CHE > Media and Publications > Che Events Presentations > Ten years of higher education change: Instruments and strategies in relation to the context and goals of transformation - retrospects and prospects
Rolf Stumpf
November, 2004
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU)

Presentation by Dr Rolf Stumpf (Interim Vice-Chancellor, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University) at the Colloquium on 10 Years of Democracy and Higher Education Change held 10 to 12 November 2004.

I wish to concentrate on funding instruments and strategies during the past 10 years in relation to HE transformational goals.HE funding goals were subject to a series of revisions and refinements starting with the NCHE Report of 1996, the HE White Paper of 1997, the National Plan on HE of 2000 and the new HE Funding Framework of 2000. Rather than analysing each of these policy developments seriatim, I’m simply going to try and give an overall view of the main funding goals arising from aggregating these policy pronouncements.


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